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Kate Davidson Design Inc
5 Reviews
Kate Davidson Design Inc
Can you tell me the paint color you mixed with water?
Can you elaborate on how you finished these pine floors? Poly (water or oil) or tung oil? Etc....
50% paint, 50% water, 2 coats, Valerie White
We did this on new unfinished pine boards. It is a combination of 50% water 50% paint. Approx 2 coats.
Wood panels on one feature wall?
“Colors” — emikat
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Mirror Lake
4 Reviews
Mirror Lake Designs - Pools
Water hole with this and have rocks all around it!
Natural looking but blue water.
the color of the water
Beautiful water!...pool water feature...pool water fountain
Contemporary Bathroom
I have a similar design, but water accumulates on the curb by the glass & out onto the floor. Is the glass panel centered on the curb or to the inside? Thanks so much.
Probably not as efficient as a wall with a backsplash because the backsplash will protect the wall from water but sometimes a backsplash might interfere with the design (from a designer's perspective..)
There is no door for this design.The floor does not get wet, we made the crub a bit higher to avoid any extra water getting on the floor. The panel has a 36" W, which provides enough coverage while some one is showering.
tile is suitable, bring it all the way down to the floor for a clean, uninterrupted look. This one is a staggered random stone tile called Falling Water from Stone and Pewter Accents. It can be purchased at Artistic Tile and Stone.
“Stone tile color” — devrawgherardi
Jordan Design Studio, Ltd.
Coastal Bathroom in Naples, Florida by Jordan Design Studio
Countertop - The countertop is a wood stained, hand-hewn walnut with a marine finish (helps with water absorption) and custom cut by fabricator Light Fixtures - These light fixtures were from WaterWorks Walls - The walls are large scale bead boards with a sprayed lacquer conversion varnish which
I really love the shower, and we are replacing our master bath shower that is same shape. Does the piping at top work so water goes from front to back to keep water from getting on floor. That would be a great idea if that's the way it works. thanks for your help
The wood is a stained, hand-hewn walnut with a marine finish (helps with water absorption) and custom cut by fabricator.
These fixtures were from WaterWorks several years ago, I am unsure if they are still in the line.
“dark floor, wood” — Mary McGeachy
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
The desire to disguise the mechanical room lead to a custom designed shelf which acts as the entrance to this compact space. It's a stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room. Melanie Rebane Photography
could you hide the furnace/water heater?
Hide the furnaces and hot water heater
Access to the water heater/heating system?
Where will you put the mechanical room? Older homes tend to have 80 percent (or less) efficient furnaces and hot water heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to
efficient (or better) appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to place them pretty much wherever you want. These furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.
“secret door” — 88forme
Jamie Sixberry at Paulson's
Clearhaven - 2013 Street of Dreams
lose the house, the water feature is doep
water features with rock
water feature...water plants
“water features with rock” — strathleaplace
Traditional Landscape
water feature
water fountain...angel water feature
“Great arch” — goldngal
Jensen Architects
Caretaker Residence
water feature
olive in landscape/water element
water feature
“Russian Olive tree” — dejajane
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